the Romanization of French reading habits and, as one of its effects in the centuries to follow, the `Francisation' of European type design (as far as Roman, Italic
, Greek, and Hebrew typefaces are concerned)" (p.
when referring to a letter or word and when using words in a foreign language.
added) </pre> <p>As the proliferation of personal pronouns suggests, the claims Sethe makes about her own body and agency are all-consuming.
Such a binomial system for species names would also have the advantage of clearly distinguishing between the species name written in italics
(Measles morbillivirus) and the common, nonitalicized virus name, measles virus.
In spite of the existence of various privileges obtained from the Venetian Republic and from the papacy in Rome covering both the editions and their new cancellaresca-style type, at least three printing houses had italic
type and were printing the very same, or the same sort of octavo editions of classical texts without commentary by the end of 1503.
Reconstructed Iranian forms or transliterated cuneiform names are somettimes italicized when they are quoted from works that set them in italics
As an ex-teacher in this city, I was aware that the italics
are, in fact, highlighted revisions of the document and that I had only 15 days to contest it.
Ironically, O'Meally concerns himself with the Narrative's sermonic quality and its relation to the black church while overlooking the fact that slave songs were "a testimony against slavery, and a prayer to God for deliverance from chains" (Douglass 58; italics
The merging of Walker's dedicated, often brilliant reporting (the chapters on Lewis' early years are especially rewarding) and Lewis' own notes, printed in bold italics
, had to have made the book a tough editing job.
lively' was a word of which Golding was especially fond, and it is probable that Shakespeare is also thinking of the translator's discussion of literature in the Preface to his work, where he states at one point that `The Authors purpose is too paint and set before our eyes / The lyvely Image' of his subject (151-2; italics
In the first section, for example, entitled "The Mother's Mark," the opening italicized passage establishes Awkward's preference for situating literary and/or cultural commentary in italics
, thus forcing the reader to wonder whether Awkward is (or isn't) breaking with the convention of using italics
for one's most intimate thoughts.
Stack of Diaries, 1993, consists of a black and white photo (really a kind of photo-painting) of a stack of diary books; in front of this putative inventory of the written self has been placed a multileveled metal stand that holds stacked glass panels, with black-lettered text-fragments rendered in subtly distinct styles (bold script, italics